In this message from Genesis 38 we look at the lives of Tamar and Judah, and how even though they exhibit great sin, God brings even greater blessing through them in the person of Jesus Christ. For more information, contact us at MedwayChurch@gmail.com or visit us online at www.MedwayChristian.org Topics: Genesis, Judah, Tamar
Jesus came to sace us from our sins and ourselves. This sermon focuses on some of the women in Christ's family tree and shows us that no matter where we are God still loves and saves. Topics: Family, Jesus, Rahab, Tamar, Saves, forgive
Rabbi Henoch Dov Hoffman's Aish Kodesh class on the Parsha Mikeitz, Chanukah, discussing Yosef and Tamar as psychodrama therapists. With readings from Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach and Thomas Mann's Joseph and His Brothers Topics: Aish Kodesh, Parsha, Mikeitz, Chaukah, Yosef, Tamar
sermon given at Grace Presbyterian Church, Beaufort, NC for the first Sunday of Advent 2012. Part of an Advent series on the women in Jesus' genealogy Topics: Matt. 1:1-17, Gen. 38, Tamar, Hope, Advent, Genealogy
Gevurah shâbâTeferet, the gevurah of balance. The class is dedicated to the memory of Dan Rosen. The service of the Temple was todayâs energy, the evurah of balance. The secret of the Temple was to see and be seen, the image of which was the interaction between Yehuda and Tamar. Tamar and Joseph wanted to be seen for who they really were, not just for their pretty bodies. A pilgrim is looking; yom tov is receiving. In 300 C.E. the Mishna was redacted, which was actually forbidden, since the... Topics: Gevurah Teferet, balance, Temple, Tamar, Mishna, Ramban, R. Lakish
Sermon on Matthew 1:1-16 on the importance of all stories no matter how broken they may be. We explore the stories of Tamar (Gen. 38) and Tamar (2 Samuel 13). Topics: Tamar, Old Testament, sermon, church, stories, Jesus, Wesley, Sunday
TAMAR GENDLER is professor of philosophy at Yale University and chair of the university’s philosophy department. From 2006 to 2010, she served as chair of Yale’s cognitive science program. During the 2009- 2010 year, Gendler was a full-time student at Yale University, supported by a Mellon New Directions Fellowship, and took courses in neuroscience, psychology, and psychiatry. Gendler has been on the faculty at Yale since 2006. From 2003-2006, she was associate professor of philosophy at... Topics: arts&culture, tamar gendler, neuroscience, yale, arts & ideas
It is one of the sunnah "Break your fast by eating dates as it is purifying.â. It has traces of minerals needed for the body such as potassium, calcium and iron. Topics: dates, tamar, sunnah, syukran, slides, minerals, kurma, health, islam
Village Baptist Church Dr. Gerry Breshears May 8-9, 2010 Genesis 38 Sermon "Judah and Tamar" on Genesis 38 by Dr. Gerry Breshears from the series "The Book of Genesis" of Village Baptist Church, Beaverton, Oregon. May 8 & 9, 2010. Topics: christianity, god, genesis, judah, tamar, sin, forgiveness, grace
Context-free languages combine expressiveness with polynomial parsing, making them very appealing for practical applications. In fact, they are possibly the most widely used class of languages in Computer Science. Thus, models of computation which slightly extend context-free models, without losing parsing efficiency, seem to have great potential for applications in fields such as Programming Languages, Formal Verification, Computational Linguistics, and Computational Biology, and are therefore... Topics: Microsoft Research, Microsoft Research Video Archive, Yuri Gurevich, Tamar Aizikowitz
Brian Johnson returns (after a long time) to the sorry story of Absalom, Amnon, and Tamar, and looks this time at Absalom's anger against Amnon. Also, the international day of prayer for Zimbabwe. Topics: sermon, windsor baptist, brian johnson, absalom, tamar, amnon, amger, forgiveness, prayer, zimbabwe
Context-free languages combine expressiveness with polynomial parsing, making them very appealing for practical applications. In fact, they are possibly the most widely used class of languages in Computer Science. Thus, models of computation which slightly extend context-free models, without losing parsing efficiency, seem to have great potential for applications in fields such as Programming Languages, Formal Verification, Computational Linguistics, and Computational Biology, and are therefore... Topics: Microsoft Research, Microsoft Research Audio MP3 Archive, Yuri Gurevich, Tamar Aizikowitz
December 18, 2008 Aish Kodesh Class, Rabbi Henoch Dov Hoffman, Parsha Vayeshev Jewish gonifs are in the news now for losing huge sums of money. One, the founder of the NASDAQ, 5 billion dollars, which is causing Jewish institutions to close their doors. Can we tie this to the parsha? Beresheit ends in a very dark place. Joseph relocated the Egyptians to different places while the Hebrews got rich in Goshen. This caused jealousy, and the jealousy resulted in the Egyptian slavery. This has been... Topics: Chanukah, Greece, tefillin, tallis, Jericho, Rachav, Tamar, Jacob, Joseph, water, collateral,...
Discussion about Moshiachâwhat does Moshiach look like to us? What do we think Moshiach will do? There are 36 hidden Tzadikim who uphold the world. The occult leader of modern times was Hitler and his cohorts. Moses was implicated in the Golden Calf, since it was created from the parchment he used to raise Jacobâs bones. Moshiach comes from two marginalized women: Tamar, who was sent back to her fatherâs house and almost burned alive as a harlot, and Ruth, who was from Moab. There was a big... Topics: Moshiach, Tamar, Lot's daughter, Ruth, 36 hidden Tzadikim, Moab, Golden Calf
December 6, 2012 Aish Kodesh Parsha Vayeshev The parsha is about building a house, dealing with structure and chaos. Stalingrad was the turning point. It saved the Jewish people. What won the battle of Stalingrad? Not the weather. The Nazis bombed it into rubble, which released the rats, which got into the Panzer tanks and ate the electrical wires and disabled the tanks. The Germans wore steel helmets. Big mistake. The Russians wore fur hats, so the Germans got frostbite twice as fast. They... Topics: sstructure, chaos, Yehuda, Tamar, Leah, differentiation, Mosheleh, going-outer, lies, jealousy,...